Each color, line and marking on the face, tongue and nails holds meaning of your internal health. Margi will be explaining and demonstrating diagnostic techniques taught to her by the late William LeSassier.
This course will focus on various diagnostic techniques including facial signs, tissue color, elimination analysis, signs of hot, cold, damp and dry conditions. Knowing what the body has to say, we can learn how to prevent illness. Our seminar will consist of both lecture and hands on learning with ample opportunity to understand what your body is saying to you.
Flint is the author of a textbook, now in its third edition, titled The Practicing Herbalist, meeting with clients, reading the body. Copies will be available for purchase.
Margi Flint has been working with people and herbs since she began her herbal studies in 1974. Her clinical practice evolved through continued study with admired herbalists.
Margi practices in the seacoast town of Marblehead, Massachusetts and over the past forty years has become their “village herbalist.” Margi has been Adjunct Professor at North Shore Community College, The Tufts University School of Medicine, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Pacific Rim College in British Columbia. She lectures in Canada, Europe and the States (so far).